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Planned Parenthood is suing these 3 states for obstructing abortion access
“We are going to fight back state by state and law by law until every person has the right to pursue the life they want, including the right to decide…
The lovely state of Texas now requires women to bury or cremate fetuses
In its biggest “fuck you” to women yet, Texas Republicans tell women that fetuses are people.
A study on abortion pills by mail could help bolster abortion access across the U.S.
At a time of dangerous anti-abortion rhetoric and equally dangerous anti-abortion bills, this is a big deal.
An Indiana lawmaker is trying to totally ban abortion in the state and bypass Roe v. Wade
Anti-choice state lawmakers across the nation have been emboldened by Trump.
Paul Ryan, being the dick he is, calls birth control the “nitty-gritty details” of healthcare
Frankly, the only surprising aspect of this whole debacle is that someone as fiercely anti-choice as Ryan doesn’t already have a detailed plan to destroy the lives of women across…
Texas continues anti-abortion crusade with new proposed law on late-term abortion
So the Supreme Court may or may not end up overturning Roe v. Wade, but prepare to watch abortion rights scaled back to the point that the landmark ruling barely matters.
Should you really stock up on birth control before Trump takes office? Let’s discuss
Politico once called Mike Pence a “one man crusade” against Planned Parenthood, so prepare for the worst, ladies.
How to support reproductive rights on your ballot this Election Day
Laws and policies regarding reproductive rights are rarely voted on, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have a say.
Hero who started “Periods for Pence” revealed her identity at a pro-choice rally
As Election Day nears, Periods for Pence’s founder wants you to know why she started this movement in the first place.
The rapidly growing popularity of abortion pills speaks to the current state of reproductive rights
TRAP laws are strong, but the determination of women seeking abortion is often stronger.
Male birth control trial ends after participants complain of inconvenient side effects
Just when the world felt ready to witness a stave of inexplicably melancholic and bloated men on the pill, a handful of male participants quit a birth control study due to the…
Abortion as a race issue: How the Hyde Amendment keeps people of color in poverty
Obviously, Hyde is seen as a class barrier preventing poor women from accessing abortion, but it’s part of a system of limitations placed on access to reproductive healthcare that disproportionately affects…